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There is a small hole next to the stem insertion point on the movement (or groove) where you can see the tiny piece of metal. This is setting lever and it holds stem in place. Take fine pointed tweezers and push and hold on it (in hole or in the groove). Stem will come out while setting lever is pushed down only. In some watches setting lever is fixed by screw,so, you have to unscrew it and then withdraw stem.

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